African Women Leadership Organisation Set To Induct New Members On The 9th Of December

Leading women from across Africa will once again gather on the 9th of December 2015 at Sheraton Hotel, Lagos for the induction of new members into The African Woman in Leadership Organisation (AWLO).

AWLO, a non profit organisation founded several years ago to bring together pool of distinguished female leaders from all works of lives, women who have recorded various achievements coming together to make impactful presence in the life of an average African Woman and the society at large.

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Having successfully conducted an annual regional and global conferences which held both in Lagos and Texas respectively, the next key function is the induction ceremony to recognize and decorate some of the proven outstanding leaders in our society today as Patrons and Honorary Members of the African Woman in Leadership organisation.

AWLO’s core objectives embedded in the transformation of the life of the African Woman and beyond through Education and Mentoring, Effective leadership, synergy of alliance and fostering unity among women of all times.

The organisation conceptualized and globally launched her #1 Mother I child project aimed at reducing the number of out of school children in Africa which is currently estimated to be over 30 million. Under #1 mother 1 child, members and non-members are encouraged to train and mentor a child through school.

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Lagos Chapter will be unvelling a project “BUILDING GREAT MINDS” during the Induction ceremony. This project will seek to find the best approach to developing the minds of young Nigerians towards defining, acknowledging and accepting the core positive societal values that can change the face of leadership and particularly governance in Nigeria.

AWLO Akwa Ibom chapter is Equally coming up with Another loudable one Tagged “I LEAD.”This particular project harps on breeding the young generation of female leaders across Nigeria.

The organisation is calling for collaboration and support from Individuals, groups, Government Agencies and other related organisations to drive further this noble agenda and ensure that the lives of our women never remain the same.

For more information:

  • AWLO: 74, Adeniyi Jones Avenue. Ikeja, Lagos. Nigeria.
    Tel: +234 7066819901, +234 806628 5116
    Website: http://awlo.org

 

Credit :Nosa Irabor

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